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NASA’s super balloon starts collecting near space data

An enormous super-pressure balloon launched by NASA on April 24 started collecting data in near space on Wednesday, the American space agency has announced.

NASA testing origami-inspired robot scout for Mars missions

U.S. space agency NASA has confirmed that it is testing an origami-inspired scout robot called Pop-Up Flat Folding Explorer Robot (PUFFER), which will be used to explore the surface of Mars.

Private firms trying to slash NASA’s dependence on Russia

Multiple American private space firms are trying to helping government-run space agency NASA to get rid of its expensive dependence on Russia.

NASA scientists get additional data on 7 Earth-sized planets

The National Aeronautics & Space Administration’s planet-hunting Kepler space telescope has provided scientists with additional data about the TRAPPIST-1 ultra-cool dwarf star, which has seven

Some experts raise doubts over SpaceX’s Moon mission

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk recently announced the company’s plans to fly two civilians on a private trip around the Moon before the end of 2018, but some experts have raised doubts over the ambitious pla

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